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If cacao is one of the best and abundant sources of magnesium and coconut water has calcium, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus... Couldn't we fertilise our plants with these foods? I'd be interested to hear your experiences with feeding and treating plants/soil with organic raw foods...Without composting.

Honey, dates, pomegranite? kelp, dulce, avocado,Thoughts?

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Im not sure how to answer this trick. But I do know that usually foods aren't readily available to plants to eat. Actually, as Im sure you are aware, the microbes which break down all of the debris is usually want the plants consume.

I wonder how this would work?
i know they use cacao shells for fertilizer all the time. it is pretty standard. i havent heard of cacao beans n pods though. hehe
I fed some plants 5 days ago with coconut water, mollasses, honey, kelp, dulce, and raw cacao powder all blended up in water around 2,000 parts per million and the plants are thriving with no negative effects!... nice!!

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